What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is probably the best known form of alternative dispute resolution (“ADR”). Alternative dispute resolution is used to resolve disputes outside of formal litigation in court. Arbitration is a consensual process where a neutral third party (arbitrator) renders a final and binding decision after each side has an opportunity to present its view. This method is especially useful in international disputes where parties are often unfamiliar with foreign legal systems, cultures, and languages and/or do not want their (potential) dispute be resolved by the other party’s courts.

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